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I'm testing the Win7 Enterprise edition, and ran into a 'known incompatibility' message when installing Norton Ghost 12. Feeling adventuresome (since it runs perfectly well with the RC1 version), I clicked 'install anyway', downloaded the latest updates from Symantec (over 200 MB as I recall) and have been successfully running Ghost 12 ever since, just like I've been doing with the RC1 version (Win 7 32 bit version) since May. So my question is WHAT compatibility problem? I searched Symantec's Web site and didn't see anything there, and have seen posts here pointing to incompatibilities with Ghost, but it's working perfectly well for me. So I must ask, is there some hidden gotcha that's one day going to jump out and huff and puff and blow my house down?:-) If so, I'd sure like someone to tell me what it is!